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Friday, June 19, 2009

I’m Joining the Cloche Party Too!

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Hello!   Welcome to a Cloche Party being given by Marty at A Stroll Thru Life. Please visit her blog for a list of participants and all their lovely displays. :)

 

I felt left out, boohoo, JK, I looked around my house and I do have two jars!  The first one I have on my table in the dining room.   I placed potpourri inside of this one.  I found these two little birds at Kirkland’s and decided that they would be perfect in there.  Sure enough, they are!  Aaaah, they are soo in love!IMG_3354IMG_3357

This one is a little smaller.  I have some seashells that my mother-in-law gave me years ago.  IMG_3398

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I had fun joining this party!  I am learning so much from my blogger friends!   Make sure and visit the other participants to see what they created.  I know I will. :)

Blessings,

Sandra

20 comments:

Kim said...

Love them!!! I love blogging as you get so many new ideas & great ideas. And the bonus is you meet so many nice people.

marty39 said...

YOur love birds do look so lovely in with the potpourri and your shells are gorgeous. I love to collect shells, but most of mine are really small. I think your creativity is so inspiring to use different things in different ways. I love it. Thanks so much for joining the party. Hugs, Marty

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

Pretty cloche...ready for summer!

Hugs!
Maryjane

ellen b. said...

I really like the shape of these jars. Very nice!! Love the shells...

Shelia said...

Hi Sandra and it's so nice to meet you! Oh, I love your cloche jars and how you've filled them! Very pretty!
I do hope you'll come back and visit me again sometimes.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia :)

Karen said...

Hello! Thank you for visiting! I feel happy that you wish to follow along.
I saw just the "dressing" of your blog and fell instantly in love. It is gorgeous!
I know I have someone special ato follow along with. Thank you!
Have a great weekend! Karen

Melissa Miller said...

Very pretty cloches Sandra!
Lovely birdies and shells.

~Happy Cloche Party! ;)

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Your jars and shells are very pretty! Thanks for sharing!

Katherine

mythoughtsmyvoice said...

I love how you put seashells and a little bird in it :-) It's beautiful!

CIELO said...

I like everything I see! Precioso!


Happy Saturday mi amiga!

cielo

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Very pretty - thanks for sharing.
Glenda

Ashley ~ said...

I love your pretty cloches, and well as your whole lovely blog, which is why I would like to pass along to you the *Lovely Blog* award. If you would like to accept this award,stop by my blog when you have time and take it home with you*! ((hugs)) _Ashley

PAT said...

Very pretty!!!

Brenda said...

They're very pretty and elegant. I have learned so much going to each blog and seeing what everyone came up with! A virtual magazine smorgasbord of glass!
Brenda

ceekay said...

I am just waiting for July 4th to be over so I can put out all my seashell items. I fill apothecary jars like yours...I love that look cuz I don't see any seashells around here "naturally"! Have a great weekend.

Cass @ That Old House said...

Hi Sandra, I'm glad you were able to join the cloche party -- I missed it because I don't have either a cloche or an apothecary jar, but I'm enjoying seeing everyone else's!
Thanks for visiting That Old House -- have a lovely Sunday!
Cass

Cass @ That Old House said...

OH forgot to say -- I really LOVE the jar with the sea shells! that could live with me, please!
Cass

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

Hi Sandra,
Great job, enjoyed them both.
Sue

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Really pretty. Sea shells are just such a wonderful way to decorate. laurie

Muthering Heights and Other Senseless Sensibility said...

The shells look so nice in your jars!